The Prague Post
The Prague Post is an English language online newspaper covering the Czech Republic and Central and Eastern Europe which published its first weekly issue on October 1, 1991. It published a printed edition weekly until July, 2013 when it dropped the printed product to focus on its online platforms, including the website PraguePost.com, a Kindle edition and online subscriptions.It is the only English-language newspaper in the Czech Republic. Its target audience includes English-speaking expatriates living in the Czech Republic or neighboring countries, Czech readers seeking news from an international perspective and tourists visiting the Czech Republic. With a print run of about 19,000 copies, The Prague Post reached approximately 40,000 readers a week with its print edition published every Wednesday. In 2013, The Prague Post ceased its print edition and moved to an online-only format. Its website has 40,000 unique users generating 150,000 page views per month.The history of the newspaper began in Prague, two years after the Velvet Revolution, specifically in 1991.